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on the edge. how the conflict in syria is affecting turks on the border region. ship ahoy -- what makes the rest of the costa concordia so interesting. and the politics of bird hunting -- why malta tolerates bird hunters. the conflict in syria has been raging for 18 months, and the longer it continues, the more it affects serious neighbors. turkey in particular has felt the impact of the war. in addition to being flooded with tens of thousands of refugees, turkey has watched formally friendly relations with its southern neighbor deteriorated to open hostility. tensions increased in october when artillery shells fired from syrian territory started landing on turkish soil. several civilians have been killed in these incidents and many more wounded. the turkish military has responded in kind, apparently killing syrian soldiers and raising the threat of international escalation. four turks, living inhe bder regions, conditions had become unbearable. >> this is normally where kids play, but not now. there is no one waiting at home for him when he returns from work. his wife and children have
, it was all about those people, those groups, that threaten us. >> but in a humanitarian crisis like syria's, the president prefers company. and until he has it, he won't act. >> syria has created great outrage and terrible humanitarian anguish but we don't have any international consensus about the way forward. >> it all adds up to what some call the obama doctrine. >> the obama doctrine is less blood, less treasure, less intervention of a lengthy kind. >> though governor romney calls him reluctant to lead. >> the administration has characterized their foreign policy as leading from behind. i call that following. >> these days, his critics have more ammunition with the deaths of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans in libya. it happened on 9/11, raising questions, why wasn't security ramped up? and why were protests initially blamed for the attack? a month later, the president addressed these questions on abc news. >> as information came in, information was put out. the information may not have always been right the first time. >> the president says the fog of war created co
about those people, those groups that threaten us. >> but in a humanitarian crisis like syria's, the president prefers company. and until he has it, he won't act. >> syria has created great outrage and terrible humanitarian anguish, but we don't have any international consensus about the way forward. >> it all adds up to what some call the obama doctrine. >> the obama doctrine is less blood, less treasure, less intervention of a lengthy kind. >> though governor romney calls him reluctant to lead. >> the administration has characterized their foreign policy as leading from behind. i call that following. >> these days his critics have more ammunition with the deaths of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans in libya. it happened on 9/11, raising questions, why wasn't security ramped up? and why were protests initially blamed for the attack? a month later the president addressed these questions on abc news. >> as information came in, information was put out. the information may not have always been right the first time. >> the president says the fog of war created con
-qaeda is not on the run. they are all over iraq. they are pouring in to syria. they have taken over northern mali. i'm telling you it is because the weak and feckless leadership by this president that al-qaeda is not only not on the run or decimated they are far, far stronger than they were four years ago. >> judge jeanine: and senator, i think events of of the past month or so have made that clear. senator, you been in politics for many years around all of us believe you our government. we want to believe our government leaders. have you lost faith, have you lost faith like so many people have in the word of the white house and what clearly are lies? they knew they were lies at the time? how does it make you feel? >> makes me feel terrible. makes me even feel worse that i lost. but when the president of the united states says things that are patently false, when goes to the united nations even and says that it was still a spontaneous demonstration caused by a hateful video, when -- i was on "face the nation" the sunday that susan rice was out there and immediately after susan rice gave that message
on the windshield. >>> new this morning an explosion near major hotel in syria. a car bomb blew up and damaged a section of the hotel. u.n. observers occupied many of the room there is during their mission in syria earlier this year. it's believed the bomber was targeting a military building. at least 12 government personnel were injured. opposition forces are meeting to forge a united front against the syrian regime. >>> u.s. may be inching closer to finding those responsible for the attack on the american consulate in libya. it killed four americans including ambassador christopher stevens. in the coming days the fbi says it will interrogate a suspect tied to that attack. the u.s. asked turkey to detain -- he was then transferred to tanisha where he is being held. >>> the american soldier accused of a quilling rampage is set to appear in a military court. he is charged with killing 16 afghans. mostly women and children. last march now tomorrow is a pretrial hearing at a military base in washington state. the second weak of hearing take places in the evening. so afghan villagers can testify.
tell you something. that is the biggest battle on this planet which is not about syria. it's not about pakistan. that sailing ship is the naval action of the biggest battle on this planet. paul the vulture singer, and romney are co romney has a piece of it. a small piece but you know a couple hundred million. a small piece. these vultures have attacked the nation of argentina saying that all the money that argentina once owned many years ago, new york banks -- do we care about the story oh argentine bank. argentine defaulted. no they didn't. they said we are not paying you a serious raid and if they did well and they did because they were not being killed, we will give you peace of argentina. they have citibank in jpmorgan and we have stock in argentina which was doing very well and then call the vulture singer swooped down and said that's fine just like he did with delphi and the auto parts. i have got you by the parts in detroit and now i have you in argentina. he doesn't want to just bring the argentine economy to its knees. he wants to bring united bank of switzerland, citibank, jp
, and that is syria. again, we posed a number of options for dealing with the syrian civil war and same focus on diplomatic efforts and sanctions. [music] a willingness to see a no-fly zone i think they probably are not aware that the use of the need to attack air defenses in order to impose a no-fly zone. but what this again illustrates is that same "let's try all of the diplomatic measures first." and we turn now to the middle east. we've already touched on it a number of ways. we asked the question where do you think most of the future threats to the united states will come in the years ahead, and by far they see the middle east as the source of threats. and in particular, yes, they see the iranian nuclear program as a very -- as the leading threat to the united states in the region. but in line with this same preference for avoiding military involvement, americans are very wary of military action in dealing with iran. and finally, i'll turn a little bit to the arab spring. we asked -- trying to pose the question with some realism -- suppose israel were to attack iranian nuclear facilities
this feminist addition. >> he have had it three years. you have had dramatic situations enter libya, syria. the camp are two examples. it is pretty difficult to slip -- flip a switch. part of the obama philosophy -- which is very interesting -- trying to find what is possible lead control this. that does not get america caught in the truck of unnecessary war. he have these two examples the most striking. people on the street clearly with opposition to the dictator there. there are plenty of examples. bush, a junior with a crackdown there. lots of examples where we tell people where brush, same year says, you want to crack down, we will not get involved there. that is a typical way of it going down. 4 blessed is a, you do not get to crackdown and have america stand aside. he will not keep your mind if he did necessarily. that was the key factor that of them crushed out. libya is a different story we have a possibility of a massacre occurring. obama said, i will like to stop that from happening. if i can i get a true blue coalition through the you and i will not do it to it. critics howled a
around the world to isolate syria. >> do you support the use of drones? >> yes, as much as possible. we are in a war on terror. there are evil people around the world trying to kill us. we need to use every tool at our disposal to find and kill them. >> drones is something there that is a tool. >> do you support the dream that? >> i do. it needs to be practical, it needs to be fair, and it needs to be humane. we need to make sure people pay fines to have broken the law, i think we need to make sure people cannot get moved in front of the line in front of those who have been here illegally. have to be practical. we cannot simply expel people and put them in jail. i do not what the kids we have invested millions of dollars in to go overseas. >> that is an answer trying to have its for five different ways. the dream that move people to the front of a line. i won my government to secure its border and i want them to do that before we have a discussion about immigration reform. 15 to 19%. that is a huge concern. we have 15 to 19% unemployment in this country. >> let me ask you about a couple
-qaeda is not on the run, they're all over iraq, pouring into syria, taken over northern mali, balls of the weak and feckless leadership this have president, al-qaeda is not only on the run or decimat decimated. they're far, far stronger than four years ago. >> brian: is senator mccain on the money? >> saying that they're stronger than they were four years ago is tough. they morph, that's what they do. they're adaptable. and this administration has been successful in taking out a lot of leadership and secondary as well and yet, al-qaeda has always demonstrated an ability to bring up new people. sometimes not as qualified as some that have been whacked, but reorganize in different euros and by the time we finished tora bora, they could care less, they were elsewhere, and in a way, he's right. part of the assessment you go back ap forth. the binge with benghazi this isn't just one issue, why the public is sometimes getting confused. there are several parts to this. the administration, the state department which has responsibility for security overseas and security and personnel, they have the oppo
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